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CHS students open to a few fashion trends

December 18, 2019 7:42pm | Ally Tobey

Major stores may have stocked their shelves with bucket hats, chunky chain necklaces and tonal ensembles, but most Concord High students are definitely saying N to the O to these edgy outfit choices. They plan to stick to their “traditional” casual outfits of leggings or […]

Andrew’s adventures: Expedition #2

December 10, 2019 3:41pm | Andrew Pollack

Thanksgiving is a time for seeing family, friends and taking a relaxing break from our sometimes stressful lives. Some people travel to their relatives, while others stay home and host family and friends.  My family had the same expectations, visiting relatives in New York City, […]

So long Pizza Fina

December 10, 2019 9:03am | Emma Doko

Students hoping for Pizza Fina to reopen across the street have been watching renovation work with great interest. Alas, first generation Albanian immigrant Jani Nakuci hasn’t made any official announcement about the standing of the pizzeria since he closed the compact pizza shop at 127 […]

Consider a winter visit to Maine

November 26, 2019 10:31am | Hayley Eliuk

Many people think of L.L. Bean when they think of Freeport, Maine, but there are other reasons to visit there this winter. In December Freeport is hosting its Season of Light Celebration for the 8th year in a row. Head to Freeport Public Library for […]

Andrew’s adventures: Expedition #1

November 19, 2019 3:21pm | Andrew Pollack

While most were home enjoying the four-day veterans weekend, I traveled to Panama with my grandfather, Dave Stein. Panama is most famous for the fifty-mile canal that connects the Pacific and Atlantic oceans.   The Panama Canal is a shipping lane cut through the middle of […]

College bound

November 15, 2019 2:38pm | Elliott Pollard, Matt Schulz

Approximately 60 Concord High School students took part in Application Day Friday, Nov. 15, in the orange carpeted area off Main Street. Students worked with admissions officers and volunteers from a variety of colleges to complete applications for matriculation next fall. The annual event is […]

21C now hiring

November 4, 2019 10:58am | Anna Quirk

21C is hiring high school students to work at Concord elementary schools from 3-6 p.m. during the school week.  Students interested in applying can pick up an application at the 21C office located outside of Commons A.  “I hire everyone. All they need to do […]

Photo contest ballot

October 29, 2019 3:39pm | Crimson Review staff

Click on the link below to vote via Google Form. Be careful when making your selections, because you can only vote once! https://forms.gle/QQQEfpFxmYn9G8ab7

GAPP visit ends

October 21, 2019 10:39am | Shayla Weeden

German students currently visiting Concord High School as part of the German American Partnership Program (GAPP) are getting in last classroom presentations and fun activities with host families before leaving for home Wednesday, Oct. 23. Thus far the GAPP students have been involved in the […]

R.O.P.E. adventures continue

October 17, 2019 10:48am | Gaven Brown

Seventeen students and four teachers relax and share stories during a 27-mile kayaking journey down the Merrimack River in late September as a part of Concord High School’s outdoor adventure class, R.O.P.E. (Reaching our Potential in Education). The group traveled to Franklin by bus with eleven kayaks […]